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When it comes to rivalries, it’s hard to top the one that occurs at least twice every year when the Harriman Blue Devils and Rockwood Tigers meet up on the baseball diamond.
The Harriman Blue Devils put a spell on the Wartburg Bulldogs, taking a 7-3 win in a battle of the blue teams Thursday evening at Wartburg.
The Kingston softball team hosted Sweetwater Thursday and the result was another victory for the Lady Jackets as Ronnie Ladd’s squad bombed the Lady Wildcats in five innings, 10-0.
Matt Headden’s Oliver Springs Lady Bobcats picked up a pair of District 4-A wins Tuesday night as the Lady Cats ripped Wartburg in a doubleheader by scores of 11-0 and 16-0.
For baseball coaches, there’s nothing like a good combination of speed, power and defense.
Monday, April 18
Greenback at Rockwood (Softball/Baseball)
Sunbright at Oliver Springs (Softball/Baseball)
Kingston at Alcoa (Softball/Baseball)
Twenty-four hours after scoring just one run in a loss to Harriman, Rockwood’s bats went absolutely bonkers Thursday evening in a doubleheader sweep of Coalfield.
The Kingston Yellow Jackets baseball team split a pair of District 4-AA games earlier in the week as Bruce Robinette’s squad downed Loudon 7-1 on Monday before dropping a 5-1 decision to the Redskins on Wednesday.
The Rockwood Lady Tigers held off the rain and defeated Harriman Monday at Rockwood’s Mike “Brillo” Miller Sports Complex by a final margin of 13-6.
The Rockwood Tigers and Harriman Blue Devils met two times earlier this week with the hopes of taking the early lead in the race for District 3-A supremacy.
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